This historic home, built in 1892, is known locally as Nocturne, but was formerly known as the Henry Gray Turner Home. Wide porches wrap half way around the home, shaded by huge Live Oak trees. Enter into the spacious foyer and central hallway. The interior has 13 foot ceilings on the first floor and 12 foot ceilings on the second floor. Ten total fireplaces are throughout the home as well as exquisite woodwork, including a built in burly pine cabinet in the dining room. The baths are updated, but one bath has the original zinc covered bathtub, encased in rich wood. The kitchen, with fireplace, has an industrial sink and two gas stoves. Just off the back deck is large reflection swimming pool. Beyond the pool, be prepared to glimpse wildlife on the remaining acreage. A charming 2 br/2ba guest cottage is a short walk from the main house. More details/ history of the home available.